Whether you are starting a new business or growing your existing business, an Employee Handbook is a necessary document that every organization should have. The Employee Handbook outlines what is expected in regard to employee conduct, ethics, policies, and what the employee can expect from the company.
You’ve built your business, and now you’re at a time where you are ready to acquire another company. Which transaction is right for you and your business? This blog will discuss the basics of an Asset Purchase vs a Stock Purchase and the advantages of each. Read More
Restrictive covenants, namely in the form of non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, are routinely deployed in M&A transactions, yet often overlooked by advisors as being useful tools for negotiating deal terms.Read More
You find yourself in a position where your employee is injured and you would like to make cuts to your staff. Can you refuse to rehire an injured employee without fearing a legal battle? Read More
In this blog post we will discuss all that you need to know about mediation. Mediation is a great alternative to the lengthy court process. This process can also be more cost effective, confidential, and unlike court cases, parties have the ability to influence the outcome of the decision. Read More
Employers Beware: Enforceability of Non-Solicitation Agreements Following Court of Appeals Decision in Manitowoc Company v. Lanning
If your company utilizes non-solicitation agreements aimed at preventing employee poaching, it is now more important than ever to ensure that the terms of those agreements satisfy the elements of Wis. Stat. § 103.465 and that they are drafted with recognition of the nuances developed over time by the courts in cases related to non-competition agreements enforceability. Read More